Flipflat wrote:Sounds cool, but I would never throw something that says "lady line", maybe the 5% of disc golfers out there who are woman will. I love how the guys at Discmania think the lighter weights are just for women, they must have some DGCR members on staff.
Those were among my first thoughts, along with how incredibly condescending it is that the LadyLine is only available in bright pink... Still, I only care about how discs feel and fly, not what it says on them or who they're meant for, so I'm eager to give this one a go (besides, pink is a great color that pops out in any environment). I compared the PLH and it was higher than my straight as hell D-MD2s, and the notched wing should give even more stability. The bloody thing could even end up being overstable.
Today while selling some discs I got to paw through a stack of LL-MD2s (another abbreviation to learn...) and noticed that the notched wing is not consistent, it's was only found in one of the 4-5 discs at the store, so not a general feature I'm afraid. Still the PLH is quite high, so they should be at least as stable as the D-MD2s, which are absolute tits.